France ‘regrets organisation and errors’ at Champions League final as fake tickets blamed | ITV News

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“Fraud at an industrial level” has been blamed for the scenes of chaos that unfolded outside the Stade de France at the Champions League final on Saturday night.

Kick off between Real Madrid and Liverpool was delayed by half an hour with fans were left struggling to get inside after queuing for hours – the situation deteriorated further as French police began pepper spraying those trying to see the match.

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